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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Latin America, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 6,892 stories have been published about Latin America which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

Media Bias Breakdown

How is the media covering Latin America?

Latin America often is covered by Left Media sources.
Left74%
Center14%
Right12%

Top News Stories

US & Canada · Havana

Boat with 842 Haitians headed for US winds up in Cuba

50% Center coverage: 22 sources
Haitians arrive in Villa Blanca, about 300 kilometers (180 miles) east of Havana. U.S. Coast Guard has intercepted several boats carrying well over 100 Haitians in recent months. Cuba returns most of the arriving migrants to Haiti. A crumbling economy and a spike in gang-related violence have prompted thousands of Haitians to flee.See the Story
Fossils · Mendoza

'Dragon of Death' Unearthed in Argentina Is One of the Largest Pterosaurs Ever Discovered

45% Center coverage: 9 sources
Argentine scientists discover a new species of a huge flying reptile dubbed "The Dragon of Death." Fossils of the newly coined Thanatosdrakon amaru were found in the Andes mountains in Argentina's western Mendoza province. Researchers say the fossil's huge bones classify the new species as the largest pterosaur yet discovered in South America.See the Story
US & Canada · Brasília

Brazil's Bolsonaro to attend Americas summit

50% Left coverage: 12 sources
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has decided to attend the Summit of the Americas. He plans to meet with U.S. President Joe Biden, close allies of the South American leader said. A bilateral meeting in Los Angeles would be a first for the U.N. and Brazilian leaders.See the Story
Traffic Accident · Mexico City

6 migrants die, 19 injured in Mexico bus crash

45% Center coverage: 9 sources
The bus had departed from an area near Mexico City and was heading toward the U.S. border. The accident occurred on a highway just outside the state capital, also known as San Luis Potosi. It was the latest in a series of deadly crashes and drownings of migrants in the last week.See the Story
Jair Bolsonaro · Brasília

Brazil toughens environmental fines in reaction to a lawsuit

75% Center coverage: 8 sources
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro signs a decree relating to crimes involving the destruction of the Amazon rainforest. The new legislation increases fines for people who provide false information for logging license applications and forest concessions. But it does not address pressing issues that have made punishment difficult, such as the fact that fines are allowed to expire.See the Story
Latin America · Mexico City

Strong earthquake shakes south Mexico; no injuries reported

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
The quake's epicenter was 3 miles (5 kilometers) north-northeast of Santa Mar�a Ecatepec. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 22 miles (35 kilometers) The quake set off alarms and drove anxious residents of Oaxaca into the street.See the Story
Americas

Brazil sees 132 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
RIO DE JANEIRO, May 25 (Xinhua) -- Brazil registered 132 deaths from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, bringing the national death toll to 666,037, the Ministry ofSee the Story
Americas · India

India exports wheat worth $650 million in March-April

Coverage: 5 sources
India exported wheat worth USD 177 million in March and USD 473 million in April this year. The government data highlighted that while India's expected production of wheat for 2022-23 remains at near 105 million metric tonnes (MMT) It needs to fulfil domestic consumption requirements for its 130 crore population (30 MMT required for food security schemes)See the Story
Business · Caracas

Venezuelan state-owned bank to begin offering shares in local stock market

Coverage: 5 sources
Banco de Venezuela says it will offer up to 10% of its capital in the local stock market. President Nicolas Maduro has allowed the partial opening of public companies to raise funds. The bank, which has around 15 million customers, did not specify when the offer and procedures for acquiring the shares will begin.See the Story

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